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Gene Product
Glu-1 subunit 9
Allele
Glu-B1a (Triticum)
Glu-B1c (Triticum)
Glu-B1-2b (Triticum)
Glu-D1g (Triticum)
Glu-D1-2c (Triticum)
Germplasm
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213
6010
81168
825-04#(KS x Atlas66)
ReferenceBhagwat SG and Bhatia CR (1988) Variation in high molecular weight glutenin subunits of Indian wheat varieties and their Glu-1 quality scores Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 933-936.
Abano
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
ABE
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
ABSOLVENT
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
ADDER
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
ADENA
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Adriano
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
AGATE
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
AGENT
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Aifeng 3
Akmolinka 1
Albidum 24,43,604
Alcotan
ReferencePayne PI et al. (1988) Relationships between seed quality characteristics and HMW glutenin subunit composition determined using wheats grown in Spain Journal of Cereal Science 7:229-236.
ALEX
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
Alexandria
ReferencePayne PI et al. (1987) The Relationship between HMW Glutenin Subunit Composition and the Bread-making Quality of British-grown Wheat Varieties Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 40:51-65.
Alpe (2 II)
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
Angas
Antti
ReferenceSontag T et al. (1986) The high molecular-weight glutenin subunit compositions of wheat varieties bred in Finland. Journal of Agricultural Science, Finland 58:151-156.
APEX
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
ARAPAHOE
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
ARDITO
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
ARGEE
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
ARKAN
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
AROONA
Aroona A
ReferenceLawrence GJ (1986) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition of Australian wheat Triticum-aestivum cultivars Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 37:125-134.
ARTHUR
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
ARTHUR 71
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
AS
ReferenceUhlen AK (1990) The composition of high molecular weight glutenin subunits in Norwegian wheats and their relation to bread-making quality Norwegian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 4:1-17.
Asiago (1)
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
Asiago (2)
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
ASU 13389
AUBURN
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
AUGUSTA
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
Aura
ReferenceSontag T et al. (1986) The high molecular-weight glutenin subunit compositions of wheat varieties bred in Finland. Journal of Agricultural Science, Finland 58:151-156.
AURORA
AUSTIN
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
BACA
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Bashkirskaya 22
BASTION
ReferencePayne PI et al. (1988) Relationships between seed quality characteristics and HMW glutenin subunit composition determined using wheats grown in Spain Journal of Cereal Science 7:229-236.
BAU 146
BEAU
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Beijing 837
Beijing 841
Beilong 2
BELINDA
ReferenceManley M et al. (1992) The prediction of dough properties of South African wheat cultivars by SDS-PAGE analysis of HMW glutenin subunits Joural of Cereal Science 15:39-47.
BELINDA
ReferenceRandall PG et al. (1993) Relationship between the high M-r subunits of glutenin of South African wheats and end-use quality. Journal of Cereal Science 18:251-158.
BENCUBBIN
ReferenceLawrence GJ (1986) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition of Australian wheat Triticum-aestivum cultivars Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 37:125-134.
BENITO
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
BENITO
ReferencePeltonen J et al. (1993) The optimal combination of HMW glutenin subunits coded at gene loci Glu-A1 and Glu-B1 for bread-making quality in Scandinavian wheats Hereditas 118:71-78.
BENNETT
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
BETTA
ReferenceManley M et al. (1992) The prediction of dough properties of South African wheat cultivars by SDS-PAGE analysis of HMW glutenin subunits Joural of Cereal Science 15:39-47.
BETTA
ReferenceRandall PG et al. (1993) Relationship between the high M-r subunits of glutenin of South African wheats and end-use quality. Journal of Cereal Science 18:251-158.
Bezenchukskaya 98
Bezostaya 1
BINDAWARRA
Bindawarra A
ReferenceLawrence GJ (1986) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition of Australian wheat Triticum-aestivum cultivars Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 37:125-134.
Bindawarra B
ReferenceLawrence GJ (1986) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition of Australian wheat Triticum-aestivum cultivars Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 37:125-134.
Birlik
BISON
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
BLACKHAWK
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
BLUE JACKET
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
BLUEBOY
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Bogarnaya 56
BOLERO
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
Borsum
ReferenceUhlen AK (1990) The composition of high molecular weight glutenin subunits in Norwegian wheats and their relation to bread-making quality Norwegian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 4:1-17.
Brasilia
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
BREVOR
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
BRIDGER
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
BRONZE
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
BROOM
ReferencePayne PI et al. (1987) The Relationship between HMW Glutenin Subunit Composition and the Bread-making Quality of British-grown Wheat Varieties Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 40:51-65.
BRULE
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
BT-Schomburgk
BUCKSKIN
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Buffum
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
BUNGULLA
ReferenceLawrence GJ (1986) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition of Australian wheat Triticum-aestivum cultivars Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 37:125-134.
Buryatskaya
Buryatskaya79
Butin (2)
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
Butin(1)
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
BUTTE
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
CACHE
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
CADDO
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
CANTHATCH
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
CANUCK
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
CAPITAN
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
CAPITOLE
ReferencePayne PI et al. (1988) Relationships between seed quality characteristics and HMW glutenin subunit composition determined using wheats grown in Spain Journal of Cereal Science 7:229-236.
CAPROCK
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
CARDON
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Carim
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
CENTURK
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
CENTURY
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Chakinskaya 82
Changdong 3
CHEYENNE
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
CHINOOK
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
CHISHOLM
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Chuanmai 18
Chuanmai 22
Chuanyu 85-85
Chuanzhi 4331
Cimarron
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Clara (1)
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
CLARKAN
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
CLAUDIA
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
CODY
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
COKER 762
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
COLT
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
COLUMBUS
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
CONCHO
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
CONCHO
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
Consort
ReferencePayne PI (1993) Personal communication to Bob Graybosch.
Conway
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
CORONATION
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
COTEAU
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
Crebe
CREST
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
CROCKETT
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
CYPRESS
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
D 10-2
DAGGER
ReferenceLawrence GJ (1986) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition of Australian wheat Triticum-aestivum cultivars Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 37:125-134.
Dardo
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
Daritsa
DARKAN
ReferenceLawrence GJ (1986) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition of Australian wheat Triticum-aestivum cultivars Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 37:125-134.
DAWS
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
Dean
ReferencePayne PI (1993) Personal communication to Bob Graybosch.
DELMAR
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
DELTA QUEEN
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
DEMOCRAT
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
Dialogue
DIPLOMAT
ReferenceRogers WJ et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit and gliadin compositions of German-grown wheat varieties and their relationship with bread-making quality. Plant Breeding 103:89-100.
DIRK
ReferenceLawrence GJ (1986) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition of Australian wheat Triticum-aestivum cultivars Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 37:125-134.
DISPONENT
ReferenceRogers WJ et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit and gliadin compositions of German-grown wheat varieties and their relationship with bread-making quality. Plant Breeding 103:89-100.
Dolomit
ReferenceRogers WJ et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit and gliadin compositions of German-grown wheat varieties and their relationship with bread-making quality. Plant Breeding 103:89-100.
Don. intensivnaya
Don. ostistaya
Don. poluintensivnaya
Don. polukarlikovaya
Dongfanghong 3
Dongxie 1
Dongxie 2
Dongxie 3
Donskaya bezostaya
DOUBLECROP
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
DOWNY
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Eagle
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
EARLY BLACKHULL
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Early Triumph
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
ECH 1096
ReferenceRayfuse LM and Jones SS (1993) Variation at Glu-1 loci in club wheats. Plant Breeding 111:89-98.
Elo
ReferenceSontag T et al. (1986) The high molecular-weight glutenin subunit compositions of wheat varieties bred in Finland. Journal of Agricultural Science, Finland 58:151-156.
EMAI 9
Erythrospermum 23
Etruria
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
FARMER
ReferenceRogers WJ et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit and gliadin compositions of German-grown wheat varieties and their relationship with bread-making quality. Plant Breeding 103:89-100.
Farneto
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
FAVOR
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
Felino
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
Fengkang 10
Fengkang 11
Fengkang 13
Fengkang 2
Fengkang 2
Fengkang 8
Fengqing 5
Fengyu 908
FESTIVAL
ReferenceLawrence GJ (1986) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition of Australian wheat Triticum-aestivum cultivars Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 37:125-134.
Fiocco (1)
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
Fiocco (2)
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
FLAMINK
ReferenceManley M et al. (1992) The prediction of dough properties of South African wheat cultivars by SDS-PAGE analysis of HMW glutenin subunits Joural of Cereal Science 15:39-47.
FLAMINK
ReferenceRandall PG et al. (1993) Relationship between the high M-r subunits of glutenin of South African wheats and end-use quality. Journal of Cereal Science 18:251-158.
FORTUNATO
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
FRANKENMUTH
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
Fredrick
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
Fresco
ReferencePayne PI (1993) Personal communication to Bob Graybosch.
Froya
ReferenceUhlen AK (1990) The composition of high molecular weight glutenin subunits in Norwegian wheats and their relation to bread-making quality Norwegian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 4:1-17.
Fujing 5114
FULBARN
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Fuscello
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
Gadge
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
GAMBEE
ReferenceLawrence GJ (1986) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition of Australian wheat Triticum-aestivum cultivars Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 37:125-134.
Gamtoos
ReferenceManley M et al. (1992) The prediction of dough properties of South African wheat cultivars by SDS-PAGE analysis of HMW glutenin subunits Joural of Cereal Science 15:39-47.
Gamtoos
ReferenceRandall PG et al. (1993) Relationship between the high M-r subunits of glutenin of South African wheats and end-use quality. Journal of Cereal Science 18:251-158.
GARNET
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
GENT
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
GIPSY
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Gladio
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
GLAIVE
ReferenceLawrence GJ (1986) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition of Australian wheat Triticum-aestivum cultivars Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 37:125-134.
GORDON
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
GUIDE
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Guinong 87-11
Hacovskaya 8
Halberd A
ReferenceLawrence GJ (1986) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition of Australian wheat Triticum-aestivum cultivars Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 37:125-134.
HANSEL
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
HARD FEDERATION
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Harts
ReferenceManley M et al. (1992) The prediction of dough properties of South African wheat cultivars by SDS-PAGE analysis of HMW glutenin subunits Joural of Cereal Science 15:39-47.
Harts
ReferenceRandall PG et al. (1993) Relationship between the high M-r subunits of glutenin of South African wheats and end-use quality. Journal of Cereal Science 18:251-158.
HARUS
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
HAWK
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
HD-2028
ReferenceBhagwat SG and Bhatia CR (1988) Variation in high molecular weight glutenin subunits of Indian wheat varieties and their Glu-1 quality scores Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 933-936.
Hengmai 1
Hereward
ReferencePayne PI (1993) Personal communication to Bob Graybosch.
Hersonskaya 84
HIPLAINS
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Hja 23706
ReferencePeltonen J et al. (1993) The optimal combination of HMW glutenin subunits coded at gene loci Glu-A1 and Glu-B1 for bread-making quality in Scandinavian wheats Hereditas 118:71-78.
Hja 23707
ReferencePeltonen J et al. (1993) The optimal combination of HMW glutenin subunits coded at gene loci Glu-A1 and Glu-B1 for bread-making quality in Scandinavian wheats Hereditas 118:71-78.
Hja 23731
ReferencePeltonen J et al. (1993) The optimal combination of HMW glutenin subunits coded at gene loci Glu-A1 and Glu-B1 for bread-making quality in Scandinavian wheats Hereditas 118:71-78.
Hja 23823
ReferencePeltonen J et al. (1993) The optimal combination of HMW glutenin subunits coded at gene loci Glu-A1 and Glu-B1 for bread-making quality in Scandinavian wheats Hereditas 118:71-78.
Hja 23957
ReferencePeltonen J et al. (1993) The optimal combination of HMW glutenin subunits coded at gene loci Glu-A1 and Glu-B1 for bread-making quality in Scandinavian wheats Hereditas 118:71-78.
Hja 24005
ReferencePeltonen J et al. (1993) The optimal combination of HMW glutenin subunits coded at gene loci Glu-A1 and Glu-B1 for bread-making quality in Scandinavian wheats Hereditas 118:71-78.
HOMESTEAD
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
HOPE
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Hugenoot
ReferenceRandall PG et al. (1993) Relationship between the high M-r subunits of glutenin of South African wheats and end-use quality. Journal of Cereal Science 18:251-158.
HUME
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
HUNGARIAN
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
HYMAR
ReferenceRayfuse LM and Jones SS (1993) Variation at Glu-1 loci in club wheats. Plant Breeding 111:89-98.
Ilichovka
IOBRED
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
IOHARDI
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Irtyshanka 10
ITANA
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
JACMAR
ReferenceRayfuse LM and Jones SS (1993) Variation at Glu-1 loci in club wheats. Plant Breeding 111:89-98.
JEFF
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Jerico
ReferencePayne PI et al. (1987) The Relationship between HMW Glutenin Subunit Composition and the Bread-making Quality of British-grown Wheat Varieties Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 40:51-65.
JESSE
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Ji 5418
Ji 84-5103
Ji 87-4109
Ji 87-4314
Jimai 23
Jimai 25
Jimai 26
Jimai 7
JINAN 13
JINAN 13
Jing 10835
Jing 83-47
Jing 86-53
Jing 86-6554
Jing 86-74
Jing-83-192
Jingdong 1
Jinghua 1
Jinghua 5
Jingshuang 16
Jinmai 21
JONES FIFE
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
JYVA
ReferenceSontag T et al. (1986) The high molecular-weight glutenin subunit compositions of wheat varieties bred in Finland. Journal of Agricultural Science, Finland 58:151-156.
KADETT
ReferencePeltonen J et al. (1993) The optimal combination of HMW glutenin subunits coded at gene loci Glu-A1 and Glu-B1 for bread-making quality in Scandinavian wheats Hereditas 118:71-78.
KANRED
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
KAREE
ReferenceManley M et al. (1992) The prediction of dough properties of South African wheat cultivars by SDS-PAGE analysis of HMW glutenin subunits Joural of Cereal Science 15:39-47.
KAREE
ReferenceRandall PG et al. (1993) Relationship between the high M-r subunits of glutenin of South African wheats and end-use quality. Journal of Cereal Science 18:251-158.
KARMONT
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Katepwa
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
KAVKAZ
Kazahstanskaya rannyay
Kefeng 2
Kehan 10
Kehan 5
Kehan 8
Kenya Farmer
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Kenyon
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
KG GK-64/III
Kg Kg-20/79
KG KG-298C
KG KG-V/3-85
KHARKOF
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Kharkov
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
KIMMO
ReferenceSontag T et al. (1986) The high molecular-weight glutenin subunit compositions of wheat varieties bred in Finland. Journal of Agricultural Science, Finland 58:151-156.
Kinelskaya 30
KIOWA
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
KIRWIN
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
KNOX
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Komsomolskaya 29
KORMORAN
ReferenceRogers WJ et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit and gliadin compositions of German-grown wheat varieties and their relationship with bread-making quality. Plant Breeding 103:89-100.
Kozha Bidai
ReferenceRayfuse LM and Jones SS (1993) Variation at Glu-1 loci in club wheats. Plant Breeding 111:89-98.
Krasnodarskaya 39
Krestyanka
KS8010-72
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Labinka
Laiyang 4671
Laiyangqiu
LAMAR
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
LANCER
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
LARNED
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
LARNED
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
Laval19
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
LEN
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
LENNOX
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
LEO
ReferencePayne PI (1993) Personal communication to Bob Graybosch.
Letaba
ReferenceRandall PG et al. (1993) Relationship between the high M-r subunits of glutenin of South African wheats and end-use quality. Journal of Cereal Science 18:251-158.
Licorno
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
Lin 7
Linfen 3188
Linna
ReferenceSontag T et al. (1986) The high molecular-weight glutenin subunit compositions of wheat varieties bred in Finland. Journal of Agricultural Science, Finland 58:151-156.
LJUBA
LOGAN
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Long 83-3108
LONGBOW
LONGMAI 10
LUCERA
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
LUKE
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
Lumai 14
Lumai 2
Lumai 7
Luo 6210
Lustochka
Lutescens 121
Lutescens 38,62
Lutescens 55/11
MAGNUM
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Mainin
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
MANITOU
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
MANNING
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
MARIUS
ReferencePayne PI et al. (1988) Relationships between seed quality characteristics and HMW glutenin subunit composition determined using wheats grown in Spain Journal of Cereal Science 7:229-236.
Markant
ReferenceRogers WJ et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit and gliadin compositions of German-grown wheat varieties and their relationship with bread-making quality. Plant Breeding 103:89-100.
MARQUILLO
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
MARQUIS
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
MARSHALL
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
MASSIV
MAVERICK
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
MAX
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
MCCALL
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Melchior
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
Mianyang 11
MICHIKOF
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
MINARET
ReferencePayne PI et al. (1987) The Relationship between HMW Glutenin Subunit Composition and the Bread-making Quality of British-grown Wheat Varieties Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 40:51-65.
MINTER
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
MINTURKI
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Mironovskaya ubileinay
Mironovskya 40
Mirto
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
Molen
ReferenceManley M et al. (1992) The prediction of dough properties of South African wheat cultivars by SDS-PAGE analysis of HMW glutenin subunits Joural of Cereal Science 15:39-47.
Molen
ReferenceRandall PG et al. (1993) Relationship between the high M-r subunits of glutenin of South African wheats and end-use quality. Journal of Cereal Science 18:251-158.
Molopo
ReferenceRandall PG et al. (1993) Relationship between the high M-r subunits of glutenin of South African wheats and end-use quality. Journal of Cereal Science 18:251-158.
Monopo
ReferenceManley M et al. (1992) The prediction of dough properties of South African wheat cultivars by SDS-PAGE analysis of HMW glutenin subunits Joural of Cereal Science 15:39-47.
MONOPOL
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
MONOPOL
ReferenceRogers WJ et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit and gliadin compositions of German-grown wheat varieties and their relationship with bread-making quality. Plant Breeding 103:89-100.
Moskovskaya 21,35
N86L022
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
N86L177
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
NAPAYO
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
NE83407
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
NEBRED
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
NEELEY
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Neepawa
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
Neixiang 182
NEWTHATCH
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
NEWTON
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
NICOMA
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
NIGGER
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Nisu
ReferenceSontag T et al. (1986) The high molecular-weight glutenin subunit compositions of wheat varieties bred in Finland. Journal of Agricultural Science, Finland 58:151-156.
NIZIJA
ReferenceVapa L and Savic M (1988) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of wheat varieties bred in Yugoslavia Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 1019-1023.
Nongda 311
NOVOSADSKA BRKULJA
ReferenceVapa L and Savic M (1988) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of wheat varieties bred in Yugoslavia Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 1019-1023.
Novostepnyachka
Novoukrainka 83
NP-876
ReferenceBhagwat SG and Bhatia CR (1988) Variation in high molecular weight glutenin subunits of Indian wheat varieties and their Glu-1 quality scores Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 933-936.
NS Balkan
NS Banacanka 1
NS Banacanka 2
NS Becejka
NS Nizija
NS Partizanka
NS Poljana
NS Posavka 2
NS Sidanka
NS Zitnica
NS Zvezda
NUDEL
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
NUGAINES
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
Odesskaya 12,26,51
OLAF
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
Olympia
ReferenceSontag T et al. (1986) The high molecular-weight glutenin subunit compositions of wheat varieties bred in Finland. Journal of Agricultural Science, Finland 58:151-156.
OMAHA
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Omskaya 12
Omskaya 17,19
Omskaya 9,18
Orione
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
OS Tena
OSAGE
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
OTTAWA
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
PACER
ReferencePayne PI et al. (1987) The Relationship between HMW Glutenin Subunit Composition and the Bread-making Quality of British-grown Wheat Varieties Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 40:51-65.
Pandas
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
PARK
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
PARKER
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
PARTIZANKA
ReferenceVapa L and Savic M (1988) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of wheat varieties bred in Yugoslavia Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 1019-1023.
PAYNE
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
Pegaso
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
PEMBINA
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
PENNOLL
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
PI 278541
ReferenceRayfuse LM and Jones SS (1993) Variation at Glu-1 loci in club wheats. Plant Breeding 111:89-98.
PI 316426
ReferenceRayfuse LM and Jones SS (1993) Variation at Glu-1 loci in club wheats. Plant Breeding 111:89-98.
Pika II
ReferenceSontag T et al. (1986) The high molecular-weight glutenin subunit compositions of wheat varieties bred in Finland. Journal of Agricultural Science, Finland 58:151-156.
Pirotrix 28
PITOMA
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
Pohjola
ReferenceSontag T et al. (1986) The high molecular-weight glutenin subunit compositions of wheat varieties bred in Finland. Journal of Agricultural Science, Finland 58:151-156.
Polesskaya 70
Poltavka
PONCA
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
POTOMAC
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
PPG 596
PRAIRIE
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Priaz uluchshen
Priboj
Pricama
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
Prizevalskaya
PROGRESS
PS-76
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
PS-78
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
Qing 30
Qingfneg 1
Qinmai 6
QUANAH
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
RALL
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
RAM
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Randa
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
RAVEN
ReferenceLawrence GJ (1986) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition of Australian wheat Triticum-aestivum cultivars Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 37:125-134.
Rawhide
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Red Bobs 222
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
RED FIFE
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
REDLAND
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
REDWIN
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
REED
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
REKTOR
ReferenceRogers WJ et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit and gliadin compositions of German-grown wheat varieties and their relationship with bread-making quality. Plant Breeding 103:89-100.
Renania
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
Reno
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
Reno
ReferenceUhlen AK (1990) The composition of high molecular weight glutenin subunits in Norwegian wheats and their relation to bread-making quality Norwegian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 4:1-17.
RENOWN
ReferencePayne PI (1993) Personal communication to Bob Graybosch.
RESCUE
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
REX
ReferencePayne PI et al. (1988) Relationships between seed quality characteristics and HMW glutenin subunit composition determined using wheats grown in Spain Journal of Cereal Science 7:229-236.
Riemland
ReferenceRandall PG et al. (1993) Relationship between the high M-r subunits of glutenin of South African wheats and end-use quality. Journal of Cereal Science 18:251-158.
RIO
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
RITA
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
RODCO
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Rodina
ROLAND
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
ROSE
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
ROSEN
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Rosen (Ark38-1)
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
ROSTOVCHANKA
ROY
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Rusak
RUSO
ReferenceSontag T et al. (1986) The high molecular-weight glutenin subunit compositions of wheat varieties bred in Finland. Journal of Agricultural Science, Finland 58:151-156.
Sabre
ReferenceLawrence GJ (1986) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition of Australian wheat Triticum-aestivum cultivars Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 37:125-134.
SAGE
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Saliente (1 & 2)
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
Salmone
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
SALUDA
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
SANDY
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
Saratovskaya 29,36,38,
Saratovskaya 33
Saratovskaya 49
Saratovskaya 52
Satellite (1)
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
SAUNDERS
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
Schomburgk
SCOUT
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
SCOUT 66
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
SCOUTLAND
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
SENTINEL
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Severin
ReferenceRogers WJ et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit and gliadin compositions of German-grown wheat varieties and their relationship with bread-making quality. Plant Breeding 103:89-100.
SEVERN
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Severodonskaya
SHA 5(5)14-2-6-1-6
Shaan 7554
Shaan 7859
Shang 111
Shanghai 7
Shanmai
Shannong 7859
SHERA
ReferenceBhagwat SG and Bhatia CR (1988) Variation in high molecular weight glutenin subunits of Indian wheat varieties and their Glu-1 quality scores Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 933-936.
Shortandinka
Shortandinskaya 25
SHOSHONI
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Sibakovskaya 3
SICCO
ReferencePayne PI et al. (1987) The Relationship between HMW Glutenin Subunit Composition and the Bread-making Quality of British-grown Wheat Varieties Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 40:51-65.
Sidjanka
ReferenceVapa L and Savic M (1988) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of wheat varieties bred in Yugoslavia Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 1019-1023.
Simbirka
SINTON
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
SIOUXLAND
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Sistar (3)
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
SK Skoplijanka
Skala
Skorospelka 3b
Snegurka
SNK 108
ReferenceManley M et al. (1992) The prediction of dough properties of South African wheat cultivars by SDS-PAGE analysis of HMW glutenin subunits Joural of Cereal Science 15:39-47.
Snogg II
ReferenceUhlen AK (1990) The composition of high molecular weight glutenin subunits in Norwegian wheats and their relation to bread-making quality Norwegian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 4:1-17.
SONALIKA
ReferenceBhagwat SG and Bhatia CR (1988) Variation in high molecular weight glutenin subunits of Indian wheat varieties and their Glu-1 quality scores Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 933-936.
Southern Belle
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
Spartanka
SPEAR
ReferenceLawrence GJ (1986) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition of Australian wheat Triticum-aestivum cultivars Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 37:125-134.
Sperber
ReferenceRogers WJ et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit and gliadin compositions of German-grown wheat varieties and their relationship with bread-making quality. Plant Breeding 103:89-100.
Spica A
ReferenceLawrence GJ (1986) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition of Australian wheat Triticum-aestivum cultivars Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 37:125-134.
Spica C
ReferenceLawrence GJ (1986) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition of Australian wheat Triticum-aestivum cultivars Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 37:125-134.
SPRAGUE
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
SST 102
ReferenceManley M et al. (1992) The prediction of dough properties of South African wheat cultivars by SDS-PAGE analysis of HMW glutenin subunits Joural of Cereal Science 15:39-47.
SST 102
ReferenceRandall PG et al. (1993) Relationship between the high M-r subunits of glutenin of South African wheats and end-use quality. Journal of Cereal Science 18:251-158.
SST 107
ReferenceRandall PG et al. (1993) Relationship between the high M-r subunits of glutenin of South African wheats and end-use quality. Journal of Cereal Science 18:251-158.
SST 116
ReferenceRandall PG et al. (1993) Relationship between the high M-r subunits of glutenin of South African wheats and end-use quality. Journal of Cereal Science 18:251-158.
SST 124
ReferenceManley M et al. (1992) The prediction of dough properties of South African wheat cultivars by SDS-PAGE analysis of HMW glutenin subunits Joural of Cereal Science 15:39-47.
SST 124
ReferenceRandall PG et al. (1993) Relationship between the high M-r subunits of glutenin of South African wheats and end-use quality. Journal of Cereal Science 18:251-158.
STACY
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
STADLER
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Steklovidnaya 1
STEPHENS
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
Stockade
ReferenceLawrence GJ (1986) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition of Australian wheat Triticum-aestivum cultivars Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 37:125-134.
STODDARD
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Strampellino
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
STURDY
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
Sukkula
ReferenceSontag T et al. (1986) The high molecular-weight glutenin subunit compositions of wheat varieties bred in Finland. Journal of Agricultural Science, Finland 58:151-156.
Sukkula II
ReferenceSontag T et al. (1986) The high molecular-weight glutenin subunit compositions of wheat varieties bred in Finland. Journal of Agricultural Science, Finland 58:151-156.
Sullivan Purdue
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Summit A
ReferenceLawrence GJ (1986) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition of Australian wheat Triticum-aestivum cultivars Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 37:125-134.
Summit B
ReferenceLawrence GJ (1986) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition of Australian wheat Triticum-aestivum cultivars Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 37:125-134.
SUNDANCE
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
T 4
ReferenceManley M et al. (1992) The prediction of dough properties of South African wheat cultivars by SDS-PAGE analysis of HMW glutenin subunits Joural of Cereal Science 15:39-47.
Taava
ReferenceSontag T et al. (1986) The high molecular-weight glutenin subunit compositions of wheat varieties bred in Finland. Journal of Agricultural Science, Finland 58:151-156.
Tahti
ReferenceSontag T et al. (1986) The high molecular-weight glutenin subunit compositions of wheat varieties bred in Finland. Journal of Agricultural Science, Finland 58:151-156.
TAISHAN 4
Taizhong 23
Taizhong 29
Taizhong 31
Talbot
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
TALENT
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
TALENTO
ReferencePayne PI et al. (1988) Relationships between seed quality characteristics and HMW glutenin subunit composition determined using wheats grown in Spain Journal of Cereal Science 7:229-236.
TAM 200
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Tammi(II)
ReferenceSontag T et al. (1986) The high molecular-weight glutenin subunit compositions of wheat varieties bred in Finland. Journal of Agricultural Science, Finland 58:151-156.
Tapio
ReferenceSontag T et al. (1986) The high molecular-weight glutenin subunit compositions of wheat varieties bred in Finland. Journal of Agricultural Science, Finland 58:151-156.
Tarasovskaya 29
TARSA
ReferenceLawrence GJ (1986) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition of Australian wheat Triticum-aestivum cultivars Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 37:125-134.
Tatiara
TAYLOR
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
TENDOY
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
TENMARQ
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
TENOR
ReferencePogna NE et al. (1989) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of common wheat cultivars grown in Italy. Journal of Genetics and Breeding 43:17-24.
Tera
ReferenceSontag T et al. (1986) The high molecular-weight glutenin subunit compositions of wheat varieties bred in Finland. Journal of Agricultural Science, Finland 58:151-156.
TEXRED
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
THATCHER
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
TIMWIN
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
TISA
ReferenceVapa L and Savic M (1988) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of wheat varieties bred in Yugoslavia Proceedings of the 7th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 1019-1023.
TRADER
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
TRAPPER
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
TRIPLET
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
TRIUMPH
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
TRIUMPH
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
TRIUMPH 64
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Trym
ReferenceUhlen AK (1990) The composition of high molecular weight glutenin subunits in Norwegian wheats and their relation to bread-making quality Norwegian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 4:1-17.
Tselinnaya 20,21,26,60
Tselinogradka
TURKEY
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Tyee (club)
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
TYLER
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
Ulla
ReferenceSontag T et al. (1986) The high molecular-weight glutenin subunit compositions of wheat varieties bred in Finland. Journal of Agricultural Science, Finland 58:151-156.
Ural
ReferenceRogers WJ et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit and gliadin compositions of German-grown wheat varieties and their relationship with bread-making quality. Plant Breeding 103:89-100.
Urban
ReferenceRogers WJ et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit and gliadin compositions of German-grown wheat varieties and their relationship with bread-making quality. Plant Breeding 103:89-100.
Urojzainaya
UTAH KANRED
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Varma
ReferenceSontag T et al. (1986) The high molecular-weight glutenin subunit compositions of wheat varieties bred in Finland. Journal of Agricultural Science, Finland 58:151-156.
Vernon
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
VIGO
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Villa
ReferenceSontag T et al. (1986) The high molecular-weight glutenin subunit compositions of wheat varieties bred in Finland. Journal of Agricultural Science, Finland 58:151-156.
VONA
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
VPI 112
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
VUKA
ReferenceRogers WJ et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit and gliadin compositions of German-grown wheat varieties and their relationship with bread-making quality. Plant Breeding 103:89-100.
VUKA
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
W332
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
WALDRON
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
WANSER
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
WARIGAL
WARRIOR
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
WARRIOR
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
WASATCH
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
WEMBLEY
ReferencePayne PI et al. (1987) The Relationship between HMW Glutenin Subunit Composition and the Bread-making Quality of British-grown Wheat Varieties Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 40:51-65.
WESTMONT
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
WESTON
ReferenceLookhart GL et al. (1993) High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits of the most commonly grown wheat cultivars in the US in 1984 Plant Breeding 110:48-62.
WICHITA
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
WINALTA
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
WINGLEN
ReferenceLawrence GJ (1986) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition of Australian wheat Triticum-aestivum cultivars Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 37:125-134.
WINGS
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
WINOKA
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
WINRIDGE
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Wongoondy
ReferenceLawrence GJ (1986) The high-molecular-weight glutenin subunit composition of Australian wheat Triticum-aestivum cultivars Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 37:125-134.
WRANGLER
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
Wuhan 3
Xinkehan 9
Xinshuguang
Yanan 11
Yang 85-85
Yilong 13
YOGO
ReferenceGraybosch RA (1992) High molecular weight glutenin subunit composition of cultivars germplasm and parents of US red winter wheat Crop Science 32:1151-1155.
YORKSTAR
ReferenceLukow OM et al. (1989) The HMW glutenin subunit composition of Canadian wheat cultivars and their association with bread-making quality. Journal of Science Food and Agriculture 46:451-460.
Youmengbei 4
Yuandong 3
Yumai 15
Yumai 16
Yumai 2
Yumai 5
Yumai 6
Yunmai 25
Yuxi 10
Zaohongyu
Zernogradka 3,6
Zernogradka2,5
ZG Lonja
Zhejiang 4
Zhengzhou 83203
Zhengzhou 871
Zhengzhou 872
Zhongzou 8131-1